We believe in putting the mineral owner first – it usually pays off for us. Additionally, I think we leverage technology really well. We have figured out how to use new software and data management tools to help us organize data and run titles more quickly.
In the current state of affairs, we simply can not do enough to promote the positive factors associated with our industry. I believe that we must continue to encourage discussions, at every level, that put Canada’s long term economic interests ahead of regional political interests.
I was born in an oil camp in North Dakota and my father was a Petroleum Engineer, so I was literally raised learning about the industry. I attended my first OTC when I was 13 years old.
At the Oil and Gas Council, our role is to ensure we reflect our membership. It hasn’t escaped our notice that many of our members are undergoing efforts to realign their core business to a broader energy focus. Additionally, our network of financiers and investors are increasingly open to new opportunities that don’t sit in the traditional realms of upstream.
Our network has been built around connectivity, trust, integrity and most important impartiality. This final pillar presents an important distinction to many of the initiatives currently being pursued in the clean energy space.
A report by the OGTC & Wood Mackenzie highlights the array of opportunities in the United Kingdom’s path to decarbonisation & net-zero.
The United Kingdom Continental Shelf in the North Sea has long been a prominent location for the exploration and production of oil and gas. However, as the nation pushes toward carbon neutrality by 2050, how will these competing industries develop?
The OGCI announced significant progress in reducing both carbon dioxide and methane emissions in the upsteam sector. Industry collective invests over a billion dollars into emissions reductions technologies.
Our panel of experts discuss whether O&G companies and investors alike are prepared to take on new exploration risk in one of the world’s highest potential regions?
US O&G Independents were already sitting on huge debt levels before the impacts of COVID-19 and the Oil Price War hit. They now face a dire road ahead. Read More
In this webinar debate, we discuss what the implications might be for the U.S. Oil & Gas industry under the newly elected Biden Administration. Watch on demand
In The News: Total’s Southern African gas discoveries; a change in fortune for regional energy security?
Total’s South African gas discoveries signal hope for a new era of energy security in the region. Standard Bank’s Khwezi Tiya adds his thoughts to the developments.
As part of the Digital Energy Festival we explored Gas Opportunities in Nigeria with our panel of experts, moderated by Ola Alokolaro from Advocaat Law Practice. Read the discussion summary and watch on demand.
In this episode, Nicola Macleod talks with us about working at Maersk Oil for over a decade, making good decisions in the midst of the COVID pandemic, and the importance of diversity. Listen here.
On this episode of the Royalties & Minerals Podcast, we hear from Collin Lensing, COO & General Counsel, Vendera Resources . Listen here
The second of eight Oil & Gas Council sessions, a digital dialogue, took place on October 29 boasting an exceptional panel of industry-leading speakers who have years of experience in industries ranging from upstream, legal and financial services. The speakers gathered to discuss and provide insights on whether or not it’s too late for Africa to profit from its E&P resources.
On-Demand: Buyside Strategies in the Minerals & Royalties Space Amidst COVID-19 and the Oil price War
Everyone in the minerals & royalties space is looking to get a large institution to acquire their portfolio but with COVID-19 and the Oil Price War, many buyers have been forced to shift their strategies…
The first of eight Oil & Gas Council sessions kicked off on October 27 and industry-leading speakers who have a total of over 100 years of industry and sector experience joined forces to discuss and provide insights on an investment focused dialogue around what’s next for African Oil and Gas.